20+ Designer Outfits That Look a Bit Different on Celebrities Than on Top Models
Modeling agencies all over the world continue to look for girls who can properly present the clothes of famous designers in luxury runway shows. After they’re released, these outfits are examined by celebrities’ stylists who choose garments for stars of different ages, heights, and body shapes so that they can shine on red carpets and at other significant events. We compared how these clothes look on models and on celebrities.
We at Bright Side are charmed by the beauty of different women, and we’re not always able to decide which looks we like more.
1. Bottega Veneta, Kylie Jenner
Kylie opted for a bag and stiletto shoes that matched the color of the dress, and it seems to us that these accessories make her look stunning.
2. Chanel Haute Couture, Tilda Swinton
Tilda complemented her look with an iron mask at the Venice Film Festival, paying tribute to the carnival traditions of this area. Instead of the ankle boots that the model wore, the actress opted for elegant pumps.
3. Giorgio Armani, Cate Blanchett
This gorgeous dress doesn’t require any extra accessories, while Cate’s golden hair perfectly balanced with the dark bottom of the outfit.
4. Stella McCartney, Drew Barrymore
The actress opted for open-toed summer shoes of the same color as the dress, which helped her elongate her silhouette.
5. Elie Saab, Sandra Oh
The star of the series, Killing Eve, shied away from the voluminous earrings that the model wore with this dress and opted to show off the elegant neckline.
6. Rodarte, Kirsten Dunst
Kirsten masterfully outlined the lightness of the dress with the help of a weightless scarf resembling spring greens.
7. Oscar de la Renta, Nicole Kidman
Nicole’s stylists softened the side cut of the dress, making the look more modest.
8. Elie Saab, Blake Lively
The actress opted for summer shoes with thin straps that went perfectly with the fringe of the dress.
9. Marchesa, Katy Perry
The singer used intricate earrings that mimic the elaborate pattern of the dress.
10. Rodarte, Nicole Kidman
Nicole donned a high hairdo that let people see her beautiful shoulders. The weaving on her gold sandals echoed the pattern of the bodice.
11. Michael Kors, Kate Hudson
Kate refused to wear the belt and opted for more open shoes that made her legs visually longer.
12. Chanel, Margot Robbie
The actress’s red lipstick perfectly matched the shade of the overflowing bodice.
13. Moschino, Heidi Klum
The host of Germany’s Next Topmodel rocked high Hessian boots that perfectly enhanced the length of her legs.
14. Valentino, Anne Hathaway
The actress wore this outfit to the Met Gala and attracted a lot of attention with the bright dress and the unusual accessory in her hair.
15. Giambattista Valli, Rihanna
Rihanna left out the gloomy black veil and it let the outfit show off its vibrant color.
16. Balmain, Kylie Jenner
Kylie sacrificed the black glasses and round bag, which helped the entire look appear less overloaded.
17. Valentino, Jennifer Aniston
The actress complemented this dress with a simple clutch matching in color when she attended the Academy Awards, and she looked stunning.
18. Haider Ackermann, Tilda Swinton
Tilda wasn’t scared of wearing this bright green getup from the men’s collection, and it was a win-win.
19. Chanel, Margot Robbie
Margot didn’t wear the large beads, and we think that the intricately cut dress looked just as stunning without them.
20. Molly Goddard, Rosamund Pike
Rosamund chose this dress for the 78th Golden Globe Awards. She left out the sweater that the model put on under the dress, thus increasing the degree of solemnity.
21. Stella McCartney, Kylie Minogue
Kylie complemented the sophistically-cut dress with summer shoes that have an interesting detail on them, making the overall look appear more festive.
22. Miu Miu, Kourtney Kardashian
Kourtney decided that the black shorts were an odd element in the look and wore the top as a dress for Christmas.
Who, in your opinion, looks better in designer outfits: models or celebrities?